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# GENERIC -- Generic machine with WD/AHx/NCR/BTx family disks
#
# For more information read the handbook part System Administration -> 
# Configuring the FreeBSD Kernel -> The Configuration File. 
# The handbook is available in /usr/share/doc/handbook or online as
# latest version from the FreeBSD World Wide Web server 
# 
#
# An exhaustive list of options and more detailed explanations of the 
# device lines is present in the ./LINT configuration file. If you are 
# in doubt as to the purpose or necessity of a line, check first in LINT.
#
#	$Id: GENERIC,v 1.125 1998/10/16 01:30:11 obrien Exp $

machine		"i386"
# cpu		"I386_CPU"
cpu		"I486_CPU"
cpu		"I586_CPU"
cpu		"I686_CPU"
ident		"Daemon3"
maxusers	32

options		MATH_EMULATE		#Support for x87 emulation
options		INET			#InterNETworking
options		FFS			#Berkeley Fast Filesystem
options		FFS_ROOT		#FFS usable as root device [keep this!]
options		MFS			#Memory Filesystem
options		MFS_ROOT		#MFS usable as root device, "MFS" req'ed
options		NFS			#Network Filesystem
options		NFS_ROOT		#NFS usable as root device, "NFS" req'ed
options		MSDOSFS			#MSDOS Filesystem
options		"CD9660"		#ISO 9660 Filesystem
options		"CD9660_ROOT"		#CD-ROM usable as root. "CD9660" req'ed
options		PROCFS			#Process filesystem
options		"COMPAT_43"		#Compatible with BSD 4.3 [KEEP THIS!]
options		SCSI_DELAY=5000		#Be pessimistic about Joe SCSI device
options		UCONSOLE		#Allow users to grab the console
options		FAILSAFE		#Be conservative
options		USERCONFIG		#boot -c editor
options		VISUAL_USERCONFIG	#visual boot -c editor
options		IPFIREWALL
options		"TCP_COMPAT_42"
options		"TUNE_1542"
#options		VESA

config		kernel	root on wd0

controller	isa0
controller	eisa0
controller	pci0
controller	pnp0

controller	fdc0	at isa? port "IO_FD1" bio irq 6 drq 2
disk		fd0	at fdc0 drive 0
# disk		fd1	at fdc0 drive 1
# Unless you know very well what you're doing, leave ft0 at drive 2, or
# remove the line entirely if you don't need it.  Trying to configure
# it on another unit might cause surprises, see PR kern/7176.
# tape		ft0	at fdc0 drive 2

options		"CMD640"	# work around CMD640 chip deficiency
controller	wdc0	at isa? port "IO_WD1" bio irq 14
disk		wd0	at wdc0 drive 0
#disk		wd1	at wdc0 drive 1

controller	wdc1	at isa? port "IO_WD2" bio irq 15
disk		wd2	at wdc1 drive 0
# disk		wd3	at wdc1 drive 1

options		ATAPI		#Enable ATAPI support for IDE bus
options		ATAPI_STATIC	#Don't do it as an LKM
# device		wcd0		#IDE CD-ROM
# device		wfd0		#IDE Floppy (e.g. LS-120)

# A single entry for any of these controllers (ncr, ahb, ahc, amd) is
# sufficient for any number of installed devices.
#controller	ncr0
#controller	amd0
controller	ahb0
controller	ahc0
#controller	isp0

# This controller offers a number of configuration options, too many to
# document here  - see the LINT file in this directory and look up the
# dpt0 entry there for much fuller documentation on this.
controller      dpt0

# controller	adv0	at isa? port ? cam irq ?
# controller	adw0
# controller	bt0	at isa? port ? cam irq ?
controller	aha0	at isa? port ? cam irq ?
#controller	uha0	at isa? port "IO_UHA0" bio irq ? drq 5 vector uhaintr
#controller	aic0	at isa? port 0x340 bio irq 11 vector aicintr
#controller	nca0	at isa? port 0x1f88 bio irq 10 vector ncaintr
#controller	nca1	at isa? port 0x350 bio irq 5 vector ncaintr
#controller	sea0	at isa? bio irq 5 iomem 0xc8000 iosiz 0x2000 vector seaintr

controller	scbus0

device		da0

device		sa0

device		pass0

device		cd0	#Only need one of these, the code dynamically grows

# device		wt0	at isa? port 0x300 bio irq 5 drq 1 vector wtintr
# device		mcd0	at isa? port 0x300 bio irq 10 vector mcdintr

# controller	matcd0	at isa? port 0x230 bio

# device		scd0	at isa? port 0x230 bio

# syscons is the default console driver, resembling an SCO console
controller	atkbdc0	at isa?	port IO_KBD tty
device		atkbd0	at isa? tty irq 1
device		psm0	at isa? tty irq 12
device		sc0	at isa? tty
device		vga0	at isa? port?	conflicts
# Enable this and PCVT_FREEBSD for pcvt vt220 compatible console driver
#device		vt0	at isa? tty
options		XSERVER			# support for X server
pseudo-device	splash
#options		FAT_CURSOR		# start with block cursor
# If you have a ThinkPAD, uncomment this along with the rest of the PCVT lines
#options		PCVT_SCANSET=2		# IBM keyboards are non-std

device		npx0	at isa? port "IO_NPX" irq 13

#
# Laptop support (see LINT for more options)
#
#device		apm0    at isa?	disable	flags 0x31 # Advanced Power Management

# PCCARD (PCMCIA) support
#controller	card0
#device		pcic0	at card?
#device		pcic1	at card?

device		sio0	at isa? port "IO_COM1" flags 0x10 tty irq 4
device		sio1	at isa? port "IO_COM2" tty irq 3
device		sio2	at isa? port "IO_COM3" tty irq 9
device		sio3	at isa? port "IO_COM4" tty irq 10

device		ppc0	at isa? port? net irq 7
controller	ppbus0
#device		lpt0	at isa? port? tty irq 7
device		nlpt0	at ppbus?
device		plip0	at ppbus?
device		ppi0	at ppbus?


# Order is important here due to intrusive probes, do *not* alphabetize
# this list of network interfaces until the probes have been fixed.
# Right now it appears that the ie0 must be probed before ep0. See
# revision 1.20 of this file.
# device de0
# device fxp0
#device tl0
#device tx0
#device vx0
device xl0

#device ed0 at isa? port 0x340 net irq 10 iomem 0xd8000 vector edintr
#device ie0 at isa? port 0x340 net irq 10 iomem 0xd0000 vector ieintr

device ep0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq 5
#device ep1 at isa? port 0x340 net irq 10

# No-Good For 3.0
#device cw0 at isa? port 0x340 net irq 10 vector cwintr

# device ex0 at isa? port? net irq? vector exintr
# device fe0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq ? vector feintr
# device le0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq 5 iomem 0xd0000 vector le_intr
# device lnc0 at isa? port 0x280 net irq 10 drq 0 vector lncintr
# device ze0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq 10 iomem 0xd8000 vector zeintr
# device zp0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq 10 iomem 0xd8000 vector zpintr
# device cs0 at isa? port 0x300 net irq ? vector csintr

pseudo-device	loop
pseudo-device	ether
pseudo-device	sl	1
pseudo-device	ppp	2
pseudo-device	tun	2
pseudo-device	pty	16
pseudo-device	gzip		# Exec gzipped a.out's

# KTRACE enables the system-call tracing facility ktrace(2).
# This adds 4 KB bloat to your kernel, and slightly increases
# the costs of each syscall.
options		KTRACE		#kernel tracing

# This provides support for System V shared memory.
#
options		SYSVSHM
options		SYSVSEM
options		SYSVMSG
options		USER_LDT
options		UCONSOLE

#  The `bpfilter' pseudo-device enables the Berkeley Packet Filter.  Be
#  aware of the legal and administrative consequences of enabling this
#  option.  The number of devices determines the maximum number of
#  simultaneous BPF clients programs runnable.
pseudo-device	bpfilter	4	#Berkeley packet filter